Nature Launches Survey on Cognitive Enhancer Use

Brenden Maher at Nature emailed me this morning to clue me in on an anonymous survey that their editors are doing on the topic of cognitive enhancers (a spawn of the commentary piece on the same subject a few weeks back.)

If you'd like to take the survey, check it out here.

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